The College was founded by Henry VI and Henry Chichele (Archbishop of Canterbury), in 1438. If intelligence can be measured by exams, the All Souls Fellows by examination are the cleverest people in the country. — New Statesman
Posted September 22, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Cityscape, Historical, People, Photography, Travel
Tagged with All Souls College, archbishop of canterbury, Cityscape, creativity, culture, education, England, henry chichele, Historical, Landscape, lightscape, LSSi, new statesman, Oxford, People, photography, politics, quotes, Scott_Marshall, skm1963, travel, University, vacation
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thanks, one I posted over a year ago and only got one like on so thought I would give it another airing.
Nice Capture – great colors
thanks, it was the drama _ i pushed my way through the tourists to grab this magical light
Fantastic shot – great framing!
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